5 Minutes to show off your hack, your library, your visualization, your new programming language, your amazing new widget, whatever. After those 5 minutes, we the audience, get 5 minutes to pick your brain, give you feedback, tell you that we love it or hate it (there's hardly ever anything to hate, and we're really nice people).
Other than that, there are 2 rules: No Startup Pitches, and No Deckware -- We want to see demos of things working right now (or at least a video of it working, if it involves hardware or is not logistically feasible). If it's not finished, that's OK, but it should be demoable. Props and a half if it's libre software (sometimes referred to as "open source"). Somebody may wanna help you with it!
We're looking again for presenters. We'll shoot for 9 or 10, maybe a backup or two. If you pitched last time and didn't get a chance, pitch again! But, remember, we'll contact you if we want you to present--there are no walk ons.
If you want to present, contact James or Andrew, or better yet, fill out the RSVP question. Leave a link if relevant!
Hope to see you at Round 8!
Note: We're taking a field trip to General Assembly (http://generalassemb.ly) this month. They've got an amazing space, a great community, and we're super excited that they're willing to have us!
* - I was excited, and not trying to compute the factorial of fib(6). Unfortunately the results are extremely different.